Meet your neighbourhood police officers at Welham Green

PUBLISHED: 16:56 06 March 2019 | UPDATED: 17:04 06 March 2019

Officers from the Welwyn Hatfield South Safer Neighbourhood Team are hosting a surgery in Welham Green.

Officers from the Welwyn Hatfield South Safer Neighbourhood Team are hosting a surgery in Welham Green.

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Residents have the chance to meet and speak with police officers face-to-face in Welham Green this weekend.

Officers from the Welwyn Hatfield South Safer Neighbourhood Team are hosting a surgery at North Mymms Memorial Hall in Station Road, Welham Green, from 10am to noon on Saturday.

PCSO Samantha Griffin from the Welwyn Hatfield South Safer Neighbourhood Team said: “I’d encourage anyone who might have any concerns they’d like to discuss to come along and have a chat so we can try and help you.

“We’ll be issuing crime prevention advice at the surgery and we will also be happy to security mark your bicycles free of charge.

“Bike marking can help to keep them more secure because if they are stolen, there is more chance we can reunite them with their rightful owners if recovered.

“A bicycle that has been security marked is harder for thieves to sell on.

“Please do drop by and say hello – we’re looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible.”

Keep up to date with the Welwyn Hatfield South Safer Neighbourhood Team by following @WelHatSthPolice on Twitter.


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